Tuesday, January 16, 2018
Aid workers and human rights groups are critical of how the Rohingya crisis has been handled by senior UN officials A fortnight before Cyclone Mora slammed into his home, Abdel drank tea with us on his porch, reflecting bitterly on his surroundings. "It is a prison," he said, his...
Families fleeing with just the clothes on their backs; tearful children baring famished bellies; the able carrying the injured, the weak, the old -- these are scenes all too familiar in a world with an unprecedented 65.6 million people...
“Saudi Arabia exports extremism in the world,” said Susanne Schröter, the director of the Frankfurt Research Center on Global Islam in an interview with Deutsche Welle TV. Deutsche Welle TV satiating Saudi Arabia is the world’s leading sponsor of Islamic extremism wrote: “In the past...
More than 400,000 people are calling for Aung Sang Suu Kyi to be stripped of her Nobel Peace Prize over her response to the Rohingya Muslim crisis. The leader of Burma’s National League for Democracy party was given the prestigious award in 1991 for campaigning for her...
Hate crimes against Muslims have been on the rise. The murder of two samaritans for aiding two young women who were facing a barrage of anti-Muslim slurs on a Portland train is among the latest examples of brazen acts of anti-Islamic...

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